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  • 2022 Youth & Adult Summer Programs

    The 2022 Summer EmployAbility Program is for students 16-21. This year the program will be back on campus. It is aimed at students who are ready and willing to work and participate in two weeks of classes.

    WSBVI is offering two summer school programs for school aged children. Each program is a week-long residential experience with classes focusing on the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) at the school during the day and events in the dorms in the evening.

    Online interest forms will be accepted until May 6th.

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The Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually (WSBVI) is currently providing in-person instruction. However, the Wisconsin Center for the Blind (WCBVI) campus is closed to visitors with the exception of tours for prospective WSBVI students. Staff members not working on campus continue to work remotely.

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